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Oct 21, 2009

Welcome to Lando's third 'listener comment' show. In this edition, Lando talks about his experience being an American these days. Enjoy!

Theme Music: "Welcome To Frankfurt" by Charlie Hunter

david rhodes
nine and a half years ago

Start with Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, the brother of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. He has already been appointed to two key positions: health-policy adviser at the Office of Management and Budget and a member of Federal Council on Comparative Effectiveness Research.

He wants the Hypocratic Oath rewritten as it \"gets in the way\".

Mind boggling.

david rhodes
nine and a half years ago

Seems the red pill is starting to kick in.

The fear you are experiencing is not exclusively American. It is, sadly, global.

There is also a pattern to it. There are those that do not see it, those that do see it and those that choose to ignore it.

Once you begin to sense something is awry, you will only ever belong to one of the latter two.

But, look beyond the false \'left/right paradigm\'. It\'s just \"the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth\".

Obama is the public face. A very effective, convincing and smooth salesman. Marketed as a Messiah by the controlled media to influence the zombie public...

\"These are not the droids you\'re looking for\".

You ask to what purpose is all this control. Look at who Obama has surrounding him. His advisors.

Here\'s one: John Holdren, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.

He wrote a very interesting book called EcoScience. You can read of it here:

What\'s more immediate is the concern over the upcoming Copenhagen Treaty and it\'s effect on all of us. A brief and fascinating audio synopsis of this can be heard here:

Some may dismiss Beck as a stooge, but the information presented here is key.

Big Dave (OZ)
nine and a half years ago

Quick question, are you actually an atheist? or just an agnostic?

Because atheists have just as many faith issues as the religious. One is sure he/she/it/them does exist, the other is sure he/she/it/them doesn\'t. Both positions require faith. I think a lot of the worlds problems come from people being too sure of there own beliefs.

The health care issue seems to be based on people seeing it as an asset, giving it free to everyone is like giving away money, just like socialism, sharing the wealth. If it was actually seen as a human rights issue, which it is, they would be ashamed of themselves. Surely any doctor who refuses to treat someone on the basis that they can\'t afford, is going against the Hippocratic oath, especially this part: To keep the good of the patient as the highest priority.
Maybe a discussion on the Hippocratic Oath would be interesting, as some parts now seem to contradict others.

I\'m still waiting for the point of our existence to make it\'s self known to me. Could be a long wait.